Ace High:the 'Frisco detective, or, the girl sport's double game. A story of the Sierra & the golden gate city / reprinted from Beadle's Half-Dime Library, number 814, February 28, 1893
by Tripp, C.E, introduced by David Magee and decorated with numerous two-color engravings by Malette Dean
San Francisco: printed at The Grabhorn Press for The Book Club of California, 1948. Hardcover. [v] 56p., 8.5x12.25 inches, card suit design paper over boards with rubbed red buckram cloth spine and paper spine label, rubricated titles, page numbers, and chapter headings, color engravings, untrimmed fore edge, limited to 500 copies, original prospectus laid-in.
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